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Old January 15th 18, 09:33 AM posted to sci.astro
Libor 'Poutnik' Stříž
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Dne 15/01/2018 v 09:13 Peter Riedt napsal(a):
On Monday, January 15, 2018 at 2:08:42 PM UTC+8, Libor 'Poutnik' Stř*ž wrote:
Dne 14/01/2018 v 23:51 Peter Riedt napsal(a):
On Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 6:03:55 PM UTC+8, Paul B. Andersen wrote:


Q: What can the X tell you about the orbits?
A: In terms of X, planetary orbits are the same as agreed by you.


What makes the parameter X useless.
It is useless even as a constant, because it is not a constant.


X is a constant of 4 decimals for 8 out of 9 planets. It is a lot
for such a diverse group of entities. It joins them together in a common bond of extraordinary magnitude.


But only because you made it near constant.
Its constancy is not based on the common aspectsof the described geometry.

Such a near constant parameter can be arbitrarily made up
for ANY set of geometrical or physical parameters.


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Old January 15th 18, 11:27 PM posted to sci.astro
Peter Riedt
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Default The eccentricity constant of solar objects

On Monday, January 15, 2018 at 4:33:46 PM UTC+8, Libor 'Poutnik' Stř*ž wrote:
Dne 15/01/2018 v 09:13 Peter Riedt napsal(a):
On Monday, January 15, 2018 at 2:08:42 PM UTC+8, Libor 'Poutnik' Stř*ž wrote:
Dne 14/01/2018 v 23:51 Peter Riedt napsal(a):
On Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 6:03:55 PM UTC+8, Paul B. Andersen wrote:


Q: What can the X tell you about the orbits?
A: In terms of X, planetary orbits are the same as agreed by you.

What makes the parameter X useless.
It is useless even as a constant, because it is not a constant.


X is a constant of 4 decimals for 8 out of 9 planets. It is a lot
for such a diverse group of entities. It joins them together in a common bond of extraordinary magnitude.


But only because you made it near constant.
Its constancy is not based on the common aspectsof the described geometry..

Such a near constant parameter can be arbitrarily made up
for ANY set of geometrical or physical parameters.


--
Poutnik ( The Pilgrim, Der Wanderer )

A wise man guards words he says,
as they say about him more,
than he says about the subject.


The planetary elements of the nine planets all differ
and are not made up; they are real and are equalised by one formula.
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Old January 16th 18, 08:58 AM posted to sci.astro
Libor 'Poutnik' Stříž
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Default The eccentricity constant of solar objects

Dne 15/01/2018 v 23:27 Peter Riedt napsal(a):
On Monday, January 15, 2018 at 4:33:46 PM UTC+8, Libor 'Poutnik' Stř*ž wrote:



X is a constant of 4 decimals for 8 out of 9 planets. It is a lot
for such a diverse group of entities. It joins them together in a common bond of extraordinary magnitude.


But only because you made it near constant.
Its constancy is not based on the common aspectsof the described geometry.

Such a near constant parameter can be arbitrarily made up
for ANY set of geometrical or physical parameters.


The planetary elements of the nine planets all differ
and are not made up; they are real and are equalised by one formula.


I was speaking about your parameter X, not about orbit parameters.

Your formula was MADE UP to be near constant,
without manifesting any constancy in relations between the orbits.

I can have a formula y = 0 . x, which is always zero.
What does this constant formula say
about relations of real numbers x ?

It says nothing, like your parameter X about the orbits.

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A wise man guards words he says,
as they say about him more,
than he says about the subject.
 




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